ideological barrier

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a barrier to cooperation or interaction resulting from conflicting ideologies

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The results may be as bad this time around: a containment policy will only help erect Sunni extremism as an ideological barrier to Shiite Iran, much as Saudi Arabia's rivalry with Iran in the 1980s played out in South Asia and much as radical Salafis mobilized to offset Hizbullah's soaring popularity after the Israeli-Lebanese war in 2006.
World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim and WFP Executive Director David Beasley on Wednesday joined forces to knock down the practical and ideological barriers between humanitarian and development assistance in order to better tackle the complex challenges the world faces.
As a younger scholar, Jones sees UNU-WIDER as a valuable and well-respected network, which encourages academic exchange without ideological barriers, within the UN system.
She also underlined the "rejuvenation and reinvigoration of the response: 70% of the finalists are women and 60% under 30 years old" participating in a "unique award that breaks down ideological barriers bringing together journalists from the Middle East and the Gulf".
Speaking on the occasion, HH the Emir said: "Although sport is the cause of our gathering here in Doha today, it's always important to remember that sport is not a mere activity for fun and entertainment, but a tool and a means for building communities, thanks to its ability to entrench the principles of justice, peace, unity, friendship, co-operation and co-existence, in addition to its ability to transcend cultural and ideological barriers and all forms of disparity.
6) Redistribution of powers, the end of bipartisanship and the consequent removal of those ideological barriers that used to separate the Left from the Right--as mentioned above--have seriously changed the terms of the game, distinguishing political power as 'memorandum friendly' or not, and public's political persuasion as either systemic or anti-systemic.
Since the inception of Pakistan (1947), its diplomatic relations with the former Soviet Union were hostile, tense and unpleasant due to the Cold War ideological barriers.
IN BREADWINNERS, Lara Vapnek examines the efforts of women in three industrialized northern cities to organize around their rights as economic citizens in late 19th and early 20th century America; in doing so, she strikes a nice balance between exploring the political and ideological barriers to women's organizing and women's concerted efforts to challenge those barriers.
Our job as nurses is to ensure those legislative and ideological barriers are broken down and New Zealand can, once more, claim the number one spot for health care outcomes.
Zuckerman believes that local webloggers should become the bridges between different cultures and nations, so that real information can get through cultural and ideological barriers.
Though of course, neither seems to have an option to react otherwise: the CPM, given its ideological barriers and the TMC, given electoral compulsions with vital elections due next year.
2) Even more regrettable than pages of argument for deep history without deliverance, he lingered for three chapters on an examination of historical religious and ideological barriers that prevented scholars from writing deep history in the fashion he advocated.
It is testimony to an historic failure of political will that Europe's leaders only began to negotiate past those ideological barriers when faced with a crisis of this magnitude.
Added to this, the author includes all religions as essentially ideological barriers to the promise of tolerance and understanding in the future among the world's peoples.